For those unfamiliar with Harley's VR streetbikes, here is a quick review. The original bike in the family, the VRSCA V-Rod, was introduced as a 2001 model. Though the engine, designed in conjunction with Porsche, displaces only 1130cc, it is tuned to make some real power-more than 110 horsepower. The style is pure cruiser, low and stretched out, with the footpegs well forward, disc wheels and a minimalist, performance bent. It's lighter and more responsive than most cruisers, even other power cruisers, and powerful, too. Among V-twin cruisers, only Yamaha's four-cylinder V-Max can outrun it-at least until now. However, though the seat is low, it is a long reach forward to the footpegs, which makes it uncomfortable for the inseam-challenged and can be tiring for most riders.